Stars turn out for Dark Shadows premiere
The likes of Johnny Depp, Chloe Moretz and Michelle Pfeiffer turned out for the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Dark Shadows’ last night.
Held at the legendary Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, the special screening saw a whole host of stars toast the new movie before it hits cinemas this Friday (May 11).
Johnny, 48, who plays vampire Barnabas Collins in the upcoming film, paired his trademark blue-tinted glasses with an all-black suit and ethnic-style necklaces.
Meanwhile, his female co-stars brought a touch of glamour to the proceedings, with Eva Green, 31, showing off her fabulous figure in an ash-coloured skin-tight gown.
Elsewhere, Michelle Pfeiffer, 54, opted for a gold Lanvin mini-dress and the same necklace her character, matriarch Elizabeth Collins Stoddard, donned in ‘Dark Shadows’.
Teen star Chloe Moretz, 15, chose a blue patterned dress by Stella McCartney and her co-star Bella Heathcote, 24, wowed in a vintage white gown.
Also on hand to support the movie were ‘Dark Shadows’ stars Jonny Lee Miller, 39, Alice Cooper, 64, and Jackie Earle Haley, 50, as well as director Tim Burton, 53.
‘Dark Shadows’, the film adaptation of the 1960s gothic soap opera of the same title, centres on the story of vampire Barnabas Collins, who is accidentally freed from his tomb two centuries after he was first buried alive.
BY LOUISE SAUNDERS / STARLOUNGE